Annex C: HACCP Based Slaughter Inspection Program (HIP) for Swine
Appendix F: CFIA HIP Forms

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CFIA HIP 001: HIP ISO Evisceration Test

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Program International Organization for Standardization Evisceration Test form 001. Description follows.

Description of the HIP ISO Evisceration Test form

As per the information under section 5.2 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all evisceration performance test results are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 15 tests. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; the number of evisceration defects, that is, the number of fecal and ingesta defects found.

All corrective actions are to be recorded on the back of the form, or on an attached or referenced document.

CFIA HIP 002A: HIP ISO Presentation Testing – Heads (MLN presented on head)

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Program International Organization for Standardization Presentation Testing – Heads (mandibular lymph nodes presented on heads) form. Description follows.

Description of the HIP ISO Presentation Testing – Heads (MLN presented on head) form

As per the information under section 6.0, section 7.3 and section 7.4 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all results of presentation performance test for heads presented with mandibular lymph nodes are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 16 tests. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; the number of defects found in each of the following 5 categories; more than 50% of one mandibular lymph node in the wrong location; more than 50% of one mandibular lymph node obscured from view; more than 50% of one mandibular lymph node missing; head detached from the carcass; head rotated more than 45 degrees; head in excess motion; and the score.

All corrective actions are to be recorded on the back of the form, or on an attached or referenced document.

CFIA HIP 002B: HIP ISO Presentation Test – Heads (MLN presented off heads)

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Program International Organization for Standardization Presentation Test – Heads (mandibular lymph nodes presented off heads) form. Description follows.

Description of the HIP ISO Presentation Test – Heads (MLN presented off heads) form

As per the information under section 6.0 and section 7.3 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all results of presentation performance test for heads presented without mandibular lymph nodes are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 16 tests. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; the number of defects found in each of the following 3 categories; more than 50% of one mandibular lymph node in the wrong location; more than 50% of one mandibular lymph node obscured from view; more than 50% of one mandibular lymph node missing; and the score.

All corrective actions are to be recorded on the back of the form, or on an attached or referenced document.

CFIA HIP 003A: HIP ISO Presentation Test – Viscera (Hook and Pan)

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Description of the HIP ISO Presentation Test – Viscera (Hook and Pan) form

As per the information under section 6.0, section 8.1 and section 8.2 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all results of presentation performance test for viscera presented on hook an pan are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 8 tests for red offal and 8 tests for grey offal. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; and the score. For red offal (lungs, liver and heart) the number of defects found in each of the following 5 categories is recorded: more than 90 degrees rotation of the pluck from standard; more that 50% of any organ missing; improper pluck suspension as per standard; pericardial sac not incised; contamination of red offal by gastro intestinal track content. For grey offal (mesenteric lymph node chain, spleen and hepatic node) the number of defects found in each of the following 5 categories: grey offal not in normal quadrant or rotated more than 45 degrees; more that 50% of any organ missing; more than 50% of any organ not visible; any grey offal outside pan; not possible to visualize grey offal due to contamination.

All corrective actions are to be recorded on the back of the form, or on an attached or referenced document.

CFIA HIP 003B: HIP ISO Presentation Test – Viscera (Tray / Table)

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Program International Organization for Standardization Presentation Test – Viscera (Tray / Table) form. Description follows.

Description of the HIP ISO Presentation Test – Viscera (Tray / Table) form

As per the information under section 6.0, section 8.1 and section 8.2 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all results of presentation performance test for viscera presented in a tray or on a table are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 8 tests for red offal and 8 tests for grey offal. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; and the score. For red offal (lungs, liver, heart and kidneys if they are not inspected in the carcass) the number of defects found in each of the following 6 categories (as applicable) is recorded: red offal not in normal quadrant or rotated more than 45 degrees from standard; more that 50% of any organ missing; dorsal surface of lung not visible; dorsal surface of liver not visible; contamination of red offal by gastro intestinal track content; 50% of each kidney missing or not exposed (if kidneys inspected on the tray or table). For grey offal (mesenteric lymph node chain, spleen and hepatic node) the number of defects found in each of the following 5 categories: grey offal not in normal quadrant or rotated more than 45 degrees from standard; more that 50% of any organ missing; more than 50% of any organ not visible; any grey offal outside tray or table; not possible to visualize grey offal due to contamination.

All corrective actions are to be recorded on the back of the form, or on an attached or referenced document.

CFIA HIP 004A: HIP ISO Presentation Test – Carcass (MLN presented on heads)

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Program International Organization for Standardization Presentation Test – Carcass (mandibular lymph nodes presented on heads) form. Description follows.

Description of the HIP ISO Presentation Test – Carcass (MLN presented on heads) form

As per the information under section 9.0 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all results of presentation performance test for carcass with mandibular lymph nodes presented on head are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 16 tests. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; and the score. The number of defects found in each of the following 4 categories is recorded: carcass sides not attached; unsplit; more than 45 degrees rotation; more than 50% of each kidney is missing or is not exposed.

All corrective actions are to be recorded on the back of the form, or on an attached or referenced document.

CFIA HIP 004B: HIP ISO Presentation Test – Carcass (MLN presented off heads)

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Program International Organization for Standardization Presentation Test – Carcass (mandibular lymph nodes presented off heads) form. Description follows.

Description of the HIP ISO Presentation Test – Carcass (MLN presented off heads) form

As per the information under section 9.0 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all results of presentation performance test for carcass with mandibular lymph nodes presented off head are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 16 tests. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; and the score. The number of defects found in each of the following 5 categories is recorded: carcass sides not attached; unsplit; more than 45 degrees rotation; more than 50% of each kidney is missing or is not exposed; head detached from carcass.

All corrective actions are to be recorded on the back of the form, or on an attached or referenced document.

CFIA HIP 005: HIP ISO Finished Product Standards Test – Food Safety Defects

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Program International Organization for Standardization Finished Product Standards Test – Food Safety Defects form. Description follows.

Description of the HIP ISO Finished Product Standards Test – Food Safety Defects form

As per the information under section 10.0 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all results of finished product standards performance test for food safety defects of type 1 and 2 performed on carcass are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 10 tests. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; and the score. The number of defects found in category 1 and 2 is recorded.

Note: every carcass selected for finished product standards testing shall be examined for pathology. The test monitor shall have a Canadian Food Inspection Agency veterinarian confirm the diagnosis of any pathological defect and then the monitor shall record the veterinarian's diagnosis on the finished product standards food safety (005) or the finished product standards other carcass defects form (006). The monitor must ensure the same pathology is not double recorded on both the finished product standards food safety and the finished product standards forms. All pathology must be sanitarily removed prior to the release of the carcass.

All corrective actions are to be recorded on the back of the form, or on an attached or referenced document.

CFIA HIP 006: HIP ISO Finished Product Standards Test – Other Carcass Defects

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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Program International Organization for Standardization Finished Product Standards Test – Other Carcass Defects form

Description of the HIP ISO Finished Product Standards Test – Other Carcass Defects form

As per the information under section 10.0 of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point based slaughter inspection program for swine (Annex C, Chapter 17), all results of finished product standards performance test for other carcass defects performed on carcass are to be recorded on this form.

This form consists of a table for recording the results of 4 tests. The following general information is captured in the header section of the form: the date; the establishment number; the working shift; the allowed line speed. For each test performed, the following information is captured: the current line speed; the time and the initials of the person performing the test; the test mode, that is tightened, normal or reduced; the sample size; the accept or reject value; and the score. The number of defects found in each of the following categories is also recorded: stains (for example bile, oil, rust); blood clots; bruising; extraneous material; hide; hair; mutilation; scar tissue; adhesions; organ remnant; toenails or interdigital space; unmarked skin conditions (for example seedy belly, urine burn et cetera); mammary tissue (non lactating); fracture; stick wound.

Note: every carcass selected for finished product standards testing shall be examined for pathology. The test monitor shall have a Canadian Food Inspection Agency veterinarian confirm the diagnosis of any pathological defect and then the monitor shall record the veterinarian's diagnosis on the finished product standards food safety (005) or the finished product standards other carcass defects form (006). The monitor must ensure the same pathology is not double recorded on both the finished product standards food safety and the finished product standards forms. All pathology must be sanitarily removed prior to the release of the carcass.

**Interactive versions of the HIP forms are available from CFIA staff.**

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